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    • countrygirl27
    • By countrygirl27 25th Aug 09, 5:47 PM
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    Dunelm mill wages - how much could I earn?
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    • 25th Aug 09, 5:47 PM
    Dunelm mill wages - how much could I earn? 25th Aug 09 at 5:47 PM
    Does anyone know how much store managers earn at Dunelm mill? Is it more than working for Tesco? Their website doesnt give much away!

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    Current mortgage 140k
    Purchase price 171k
    Fixed deal ends sept 2019
    Current repayments 640pm

    Aim after 45, work part time only.
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    • 25th Aug 09, 5:48 PM
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    • 25th Aug 09, 5:48 PM
    edit: should of read your post better sorryyyy
    • countrygirl27
    • By countrygirl27 25th Aug 09, 6:02 PM
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    • 25th Aug 09, 6:02 PM
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    • 25th Aug 09, 6:02 PM
    Is it more than £20k?
    Or 25k?
    Current mortgage 140k
    Purchase price 171k
    Fixed deal ends sept 2019
    Current repayments 640pm

    Aim after 45, work part time only.
    • inmypocketnottheirs
    • By inmypocketnottheirs 25th Aug 09, 10:00 PM
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    • 25th Aug 09, 10:00 PM
    What level of responsibility?
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  • paulwf
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    • 26th Aug 09, 8:55 AM
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    • 26th Aug 09, 8:55 AM
    There are some exceptional companies that pay £20K+ and invest in their staff and training. Sadly in retail many jobs are very poorly paid. For example a couple of years ago I saw a store manager job for a well known national coffee retail chain advertised at £14K. I can make more as a supermarket customer assistant.

    I have no idea what category Dunelm Mills fits into. Just don't be surprised if it is a lot less than £20K even after bonuses.
    • countrygirl27
    • By countrygirl27 26th Aug 09, 8:30 PM
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    • 26th Aug 09, 8:30 PM
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    • 26th Aug 09, 8:30 PM
    Less than 20K even as a store manager? I worked for John Lewis and assistant section managers were earning £18K. So that doesnt sound very good at all. Not competitive as it says on their website!
    Current mortgage 140k
    Purchase price 171k
    Fixed deal ends sept 2019
    Current repayments 640pm

    Aim after 45, work part time only.
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